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    Mega Poster ambie719's Avatar
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    New Brunswick, Canada

    Default OPK question

    I need a little help from those who use OPKs, I've never really used them before. I'm pretty sure I O'd on Sunday based on CM/CP, but I can't be sure since I'm not temping. I just got my ICs today in the mail. I peed on an OPK just to see and I got a line that is just barely negative.

    My question is, is it normal to get a test that looks so close to positive AFTER you've already O'd? In your experiences, after your surge does the test line go away pretty quickly, or do your tests continue to be close to positive for a few days after?
    Amber/25 & Chris/36 - 15-Dec-06 Apr/08 & Oct/11

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    Prolific Poster yellow.rose.of.canada's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Dawson Creek, BC


    I've only ever gotten a few positive opks because my surge is so short. For instance, this cycle- I tested Friday

    11 am: -opk (definite line, but negative)

    3 pm: +opk.

    9 pm: snow white -opk.

    But I have heard of other ladies on here that have almost positive opks for days. I'm not sure if it was before or after O, though.

    TTC #3 since January, 2011
    DH Trevor, married 08/2005
    DS Aidan, 12/31/2006
    DD Ainsley, 06/26/2010
    05/2011 @7w2d

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    I've actually had multiple near positives a whole week apart. I have no idea what gives with that, but just know you aren't alone.
    TTC #1 since Feb 2011
    My Ovulation Chart

    Me: 25- Rx: Endo Stage 4, 7 years, 4 lapraoscopies and 2 colonoscopies later. Possible cystic ovaries. Good bloodwork, healthy weight.
    DH: 22- Disgustingly perfect. At least one of us is!

    Clomid 50mg round 1#. CD- 3-7. Started July 24. No +OPK. AF showed early on CD25. Bloodwork says no O.

    Clomid 100mg round 2# CD 5-9 Started August 19.

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